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Giorgia Meloni: “Dobbiamo dare segnale, togliamo la bandiera Ue”

“Se l’Ue non si decide a dare una mano, si dissolve“. Sono dure le parole di Giorgia Meloni che, a Stasera Italia, programma di Rete4, critica la posizione dell’Unione Europea sull’emergenza coronavirus. “Basta con il racconto dove la Germania non ci vuole fare le concessioni- sbotta il leader di Fratelli d’Italia- La Germania grazie alla moneta unica negli ultimi 20 anni si

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Coronavirus could break the EU

The countries hit the worst by the pandemic — Italy, Spain and France — are the ones that have the least amount of fiscal breathing space. The European Union may have survived Brexit, the refugee crisis and the financial meltdown of 2008 — but don’t assume COVID-19 can’t destroy it. For better and for worse, crises

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90% of businesses are currently being impacted by COVID-19

The BC Economic Development Association (representing over 300 local, Indigenous, and regional governments in BC), the BC Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Small Business BC, and Community Futures BC, launched a survey on March 13 to understand specific impacts BC businesses are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic – and hear their proposed solutions.

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Canadian PM Trudeau’s wife tests positive for coronavirus

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, wife of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, has tested positive for coronavirus after returning from a trip to London, a statement from the PM’s office says. “She will remain in isolation for the time being. She is feeling well, is taking all the recommended precautions and her symptoms remain mild,” it read. The

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BC Economic Development award winners for 2020 announced

The British Columbia Economic Development Association (BCEDA) and FortisBC teamed up once again to announce the winners of the 2020 BC Economic Development Awards at the BCEDA’s annual summit banquet in Kelowna last night. These awards recognize BCEDA members for outstanding work in supporting their local economies, and making a meaningful difference in their communities.

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Canada’s best diversity employers in 2020

Canada is known for many great things, including its diversity. Every year Canada’s Best Diversity Employers competition recognizes the country’s leaders in creating inclusive workplaces. The competition recognizes inclusivity for employees from five diverse groups: women, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples, and LGBTQ2s+ peoples, according to a release. “Inclusion is a central part

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Coronavirus: Ref, per l’economia perdite tra 9 e 27 miliardi

Una diminuzione del pil italiano compresa tra -1% e -3% nel primo e secondo trimestre 2020. E’ questa l’indicazione degli effetti sull’economia del coronavirus secondo il Ref Ricerche che quantizza la perdita di Pil tra i 9 ed i 27 miliardi. La stima considera l’impatto diretto nelle regioni italiane, con effetti immediati e di più

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Gas prices to spike 5 cents/litre by Friday

Drivers in Metro Vancouver may want to consider filling up the tank sooner than later, as gas prices look to be on the rise over the next two days. An industry insider tells Daily Hive the reason for the price hike is low fuel supplies below the border. “Gas prices are on the rise over

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Winners and losers in the 2020-21 British Columbia budget

A look at who might benefit, and who might not, from Finance Minister Carole James’s B.C. budget: LOSERS: Top income earners: If you earn more than $220,000 a year, you will pay more in tax this year. A new personal income tax rate of 20. LOSERS: Top income earners: If you earn more than $220,000

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The average cost of rent in Canadian cities for February

While 2020 continues to chug along, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight for the high cost of rent in Canada’s largest cities. Overall, ten cities saw a rise in rental costs, five saw a downward trend and nine remained flat, according to the latest report from PadMapper. “There were still at least 10

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